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FOX News
Mar 24, 2012 10:00am EDT
employees in indiana. they recently went right to work and they need more to get americans back to work? >> well, exactly. in fact, governor daniels has noted that in indiana, since they've gone to right to work. the jobs fair has gone through the roof and right there, the proof is clear, but, you know, just from a macro standpoint, brenda, it's so obvious to me, look, unions are, by definition, a monopoly. monopoli monopolies, effectively have higher taxes on the company than non-monopolies. we get less and that's exactly what happens when you get stupid things like union wage and unionization. the union employees get more, but there's less jobs to go around and it's funny, the government always cracks down on monopolies, except when it's the case of unions and they want more of it. they need right to work in all 50 states in order to increase the employment rate. >> why would a ceo care about choosing a right to work state over a nonright to work state? >> yeah, and i agree completely with gary b: there's no question we'll see more and more of this. attacks on the company. if i'm a ce
FOX News
Mar 3, 2012 7:00am PST
the gulf coast to the great lakes. and here is all that remains of one town in indiana, some communities completely torn to shreds. rescuers now sifting through the rubble and fear the number of dead may rise. it's a powerful system moving northeast into canada right now. the southeast u.s. may see severe thunderstorms as well today and a threat of more tornados, and we're going to bring you the latest weather warnings that you will need to know throughout the day today, so, keep it right here on the fox news channel. i'm jamie colby, now, back to bulls and bears, keep it on fox. fox. >> it looks like scenes from a war zone. massive storms system leaving a path of destruction across the south and midwest and creating havoc in the east and gary b, the pictures really are devastating and you say even more devastating if he we don't do something right now. what is it? >> absolutely, first of all, brenda, it's tragic and i'm sure everyone feels our hearts go out for all of these people that have been living through this tragedy. it's horrible. but, the real tragedy, brenda, as you allude to,
FOX News
Mar 31, 2012 10:00am EDT
and attracting business and talked about this last week, as a matter of fact. and to indiana, i believe, that has lower tax rates and attracting businesses from other states with higher corporate tax rates and in fact, the issue has been studied a few years ago, the bipartisan joint committee on taxation, says the number one way to see increased growth in the economy, lower the corporate tax rate. we're not doing that. we need to. >> well, jonas, you say though, if you add in, all the deductions and all of that, we're actually pretty fair when it comes, we're right about average, when it comes. >> we're more like-- yeah, because our companies, they're-- we don't have much. for example, a value added tax across most of europe, so their governments take tax along the way by adding the tax at different level of sales taxes by the way and we lob it on to the corporation. and i don't think our system is bad. the problem is other countries are lowering it and our companies stay the say until the 80's and japan was the latest to go down and we almost have to go along and you have no choice and the compa
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